Kilbarchan East Church
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Originally a relief church, the foundation stone was laid in 1787. Designed by James Brown as a symmetrical two-storey building with a bow front, round-headed windows and piended roof. Interior altered, 1872, by Robert Baldie. Halls added 1931. Two stained glass windows, one on either side of a large pulpit. Three-manual organ by Forster & Andrews, moved here from a private residence in 1960.
Sunday 11.00 am
Open on Tuesday afternoons June - August, 2 - 4pm
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